Week 6 NFL Power Rankings

Posted: October 10, 2016 in NFL

Instead of talking about who did good, who did bad I will go into detail about the Vikings journey to 16-0 and the Browns journey to 0-16. The Vikings are fairly large favorites in a majority of their remaining games and are favored in every game. The toughest game left on their schedule is at Green Bay in week 16. The numbers say to expect their first loss by the time they play in Detroit (their 11th game of the season). All-in-all they have a 12% of finishing the season 16-0. On the flip side, Cleveland are large underdogs throughout the rest of their season and their best chance to win a game is when they host the New York Jets. The numbers expect the Browns to win  a game prior to a home a game against Pittsburgh (11th game of the season). Overall, they have a 7.7% chance of finishing the season 0-16.

Rank Team Name POWER Proj. Wins Make Playoffs Make SB Win SB Prev. Movement
1 Minnesota Vikings 83.9% 14.1 96.9% 37.7% 27.7%              1                        –
2 Green Bay Packers 75.5% 11.6 89.6% 19.2% 10.7%              2                        –
3 Atlanta Falcons 69.8% 11.6 89.5% 18.6% 10.2%              9                         6
4 Pittsburgh Steelers 69.8% 12.2 98.9% 29.8% 14.0%              3                      (1)
5 Philadelphia Eagles 65.3% 9.9 65.4% 7.2% 3.3%              4                      (1)
6 New England Patriots 65.2% 11.2 91.0% 19.5% 8.2%              6                        –
7 Denver Broncos 62.6% 11.1 89.1% 18.0% 7.4%              5                      (2)
8 Dallas Cowboys 58.1% 9.7 62.5% 6.3% 2.8%           15                         7
9 Oakland Raiders 57.8% 10.6 83.0% 14.1% 5.6%           11                         2
10 Buffalo Bills 57.4% 9.9 70.4% 8.5% 3.0%           13                         3
11 Arizona Cardinals 57.3% 8.2 31.8% 1.7% <1%           12                         1
12 Seattle Seahawks 54.6% 9.0 48.8% 3.9% 1.7%           10                      (2)
13 Kansas City Chiefs 51.8% 8.4 38.0% 2.8% <1%           14                         1
14 Washington Redskins 50.1% 8.2 31.6% 1.8% <1%           22                         8
15 Carolina Panthers 49.4% 6.5 8.4% <1% <1%              8                      (7)
16 Cincinnati Bengals 48.2% 7.6 23.6% 1.3% <1%              7                      (9)
17 New York Giants 46.5% 7.4 18.3% <1% <1%           17                        –
18 Los Angeles Rams 45.3% 8.2 32.2% 1.8% <1%           19                         1
19 Detroit Lions 45.1% 6.7 10.8% <1% <1%           31                      12
20 Tennessee Titans 45.0% 8.0 30.5% 1.8% <1%           28                         8
21 Baltimore Ravens 44.6% 7.8 25.6% 1.5% <1%           16                      (5)
22 Houston Texans 41.5% 8.2 33.3% 2.2% <1%           20                      (2)
23 San Diego Chargers 40.9% 5.9 4.8% <1% <1%           25                         2
24 New York Jets 40.2% 6.3 7.4% <1% <1%           21                      (3)
25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38.3% 6.5 8.6% <1% <1%           26                         1
26 New Orleans Saints 36.9% 5.6 3.6% <1% <1%           23                      (3)
27 Chicago Bears 34.0% 4.5 <1% <1% <1%           18                      (9)
28 San Francisco 49ers 33.5% 5.0 1.4% <1% <1%           29                         1
29 Indianapolis Colts 32.2% 5.4 2.6% <1% <1%           24                      (5)
30 Miami Dolphins 30.9% 4.5 <1% <1% <1%           27                      (3)
31 Jacksonville Jaguars 30.3% 4.6 1.0% <1% <1%           30                      (1)
32 Cleveland Browns 20.3% 2.3 <1% <1% <1%           32                        –
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